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A recent FR reports on an 18 hour punt at £1,000 where apart from sleeping together the punter was helped with jobs around the house. At £55/hour that seems excessive for housework!

Some guys must be really lonely to pay that sort of money for company when £3.00/a pint/an hour at the local would be just as worthwhile.

Please note - I have no quarrel with the lady in question who, by all reports provides a way above standard experience albeit at a high cost.

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A recent FR reports on an 18 hour punt at £1,000 where apart from sleeping together the punter was helped with jobs around the house. At £55/hour that seems excessive for housework!

Some guys must be really lonely to pay that sort of money for company when £3.00/a pint/an hour at the local would be just as worthwhile.

Please note - I have no quarrel with the lady in question who, by all reports provides a way above standard experience albeit at a high cost.

Just read this FR on Dollymopp, the first thing that strikes me is considering her regular rate this punter got a amazingly huge discount and by most punters standards £55 an hour is a good deal. Take into account Dollymopps reputation and it sounds an even better deal for him IMO. I am not interested in Overnights in the slightest myself but this guy seemed happy with how it went.

Only at the end, the following day did she help with some personal things around the house before leaving, it doesnt say what these things were or for how long she helped with them so unless Dolly or the punter wish to give more detail its mere speculation as to what they were and for how long.

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it doesnt say what these things were or for how long she helped with them

It's funny you should mention that because the word on the street has it that it involved worming the dog and 2 cats, ironing 4 pairs of socks, taking the parrot to the vet to have its claws clipped, washing a bath mat and moving a Grand Piano from the first floor to the second floor, all fairly standard stuff I think you'll agree, however I am unable to find out what the "lovely take away with champagne" was, Chinese? Indian? or what? and was it delivered? I think we need to know, well I do anyway.

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I am assuming personal things would relate to one self rather than domestic chores such as polishing or bringing him breakfast in bed.

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It's funny you should mention that because the word on the street has it that it involved worming the dog and 2 cats, ironing 4 pairs of socks, taking the parrot to the vet to have its claws clipped, washing a bath mat and moving a Grand Piano from the first floor to the second floor, all fairly standard stuff I think you'll agree, however I am unable to find out what the "lovely take away with champagne" was, Chinese? Indian? or what? and was it delivered? I think we need to know, well I do anyway.

I agree SaSfan oysters and champagne yes but cod and chips?

Maybe she acted as a lifestyle coach and help him choose wallpaper, carpets and curtains etc, Choosing what worktop to have for his new kitchen units. The potential list is endless.

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Myself I would say a £1000 for 18 hours was a bargain ... I've seen Dolly a few times in the past and she was outstanding in every department .... ;)

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Maybe the gentleman in question is severely physically disabled and he sent the carer away for the evening, so we could have a very special intimate time which apart from the obvious sexual nature, did include me feeding, watering, undressing, personal washing, teeth brushing, dressing him, etc. Maybe our way of communicating was through other means rather than talking, and that took time to convey. Maybe he can't leave the house, so I went out and bought the champagne and food out of the fee, and took it to him. Maybe I fed the animals, made his breakfast, fed it to him, and did the dishes.

C told me of his differences by email, which he types in an unusual way, and his humour is so hilarious, he's such a cheerful chap. He has a far sharper intellect than many here. I was delighted to be chosen to be his first time.

When I got home, he had already written me an email saying that he had submitted an fr for me as he was so happy with our time together. I was so surprised because I know he really concentrates to get things down on 'paper'.

So I hope you're all happy now, knowing the details. ;)

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Well said, Dolly.

Did you people not SEE his chosen FR name? Did it mean NOTHING to you????

I guess some people really don't like to THINK before they insert foot into mouth, huh Scorchin?

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Maybe the gentleman in question is severely physically disabled and he sent the carer away for the evening, so we could have a very special intimate time which apart from the obvious sexual nature, did include me feeding, watering, undressing, personal washing, teeth brushing, dressing him, etc. Maybe our way of communicating was through other means rather than talking, and that took time to convey. Maybe he can't leave the house, so I went out and bought the champagne and food out of the fee, and took it to him. Maybe I fed the animals, made his breakfast, fed it to him, and did the dishes.

C told me of his differences by email, which he types in an unusual way, and his humour is so hilarious, he's such a cheerful chap. He has a far sharper intellect than many here. I was delighted to be chosen to be his first time.

When I got home, he had already written me an email saying that he had submitted an fr for me as he was so happy with our time together. I was so surprised because I know he really concentrates to get things down on 'paper'.

So I hope you're all happy now, knowing the details. ;)

Well what did I tell you ... Dolly is outstanding in every way ... ;)

Dolly you're a gem ..... xxx

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Maybe the gentleman in question is severely physically disabled and he sent the carer away for the evening, so we could have a very special intimate time which apart from the obvious sexual nature, did include me feeding, watering, undressing, personal washing, teeth brushing, dressing him, etc. Maybe our way of communicating was through other means rather than talking, and that took time to convey. Maybe he can't leave the house, so I went out and bought the champagne and food out of the fee, and took it to him. Maybe I fed the animals, made his breakfast, fed it to him, and did the dishes.

C told me of his differences by email, which he types in an unusual way, and his humour is so hilarious, he's such a cheerful chap. He has a far sharper intellect than many here. I was delighted to be chosen to be his first time.

When I got home, he had already written me an email saying that he had submitted an fr for me as he was so happy with our time together. I was so surprised because I know he really concentrates to get things down on 'paper'.

So I hope you're all happy now, knowing the details. :rolleyes:

Hi DollyMopp and thankyou for giving details even though you had no obligation to do so. This puts things into perspective and shows what a nice person you are making a lot of effort for this disabled chap.

The experience you gave this guy goes beyond what I and I'm sure others consider a normal punt.

You're a star! :D

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Maybe the gentleman in question is severely physically disabled and he sent the carer away for the evening, so we could have a very special intimate time which apart from the obvious sexual nature, did include me feeding, watering, undressing, personal washing, teeth brushing, dressing him, etc. Maybe our way of communicating was through other means rather than talking, and that took time to convey. Maybe he can't leave the house, so I went out and bought the champagne and food out of the fee, and took it to him. Maybe I fed the animals, made his breakfast, fed it to him, and did the dishes.

C told me of his differences by email, which he types in an unusual way, and his humour is so hilarious, he's such a cheerful chap. He has a far sharper intellect than many here. I was delighted to be chosen to be his first time.

When I got home, he had already written me an email saying that he had submitted an fr for me as he was so happy with our time together. I was so surprised because I know he really concentrates to get things down on 'paper'.

So I hope you're all happy now, knowing the details. :rolleyes:

Personally, I like the term escort as opposed just prostitute when refering to a WG,although for some reason many people sneer at any such distinction. IMO, a reading of your post Dolly re-inforces my view. In the tough world of paid sex, I think it is tremendous that guys with substantial disabilities are able to call on such ladies so that they can taste what otherwise might be denied them in civvy street. Well done girl.!:D

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Oh well foot in mouth is such a spreading disease......:D You go Dolly Mopp and sod the others :rolleyes:

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A recent FR reports on an 18 hour punt at £1,000 where apart from sleeping together the punter was helped with jobs around the house. At £55/hour that seems excessive for housework!

Some guys must be really lonely to pay that sort of money for company when £3.00/a pint/an hour at the local would be just as worthwhile.

Please note - I have no quarrel with the lady in question who, by all reports provides a way above standard experience albeit at a high cost.

Congratulations. I bet you feel really proud now, knowing that in fact the field report in question was for a disabled person. Whilst field reports are in the public domain, it is not for you or anyone else to speculate as to the state of mind of the client concerned. :rolleyes:

Well said, Dolly.

Did you people not SEE his chosen FR name? Did it mean NOTHING to you????

I guess some people really don't like to THINK before they insert foot into mouth, huh Scorchin?

Clearly not.

Maybe the gentleman in question is severely physically disabled and he sent the carer away for the evening, so we could have a very special intimate time which apart from the obvious sexual nature, did include me feeding, watering, undressing, personal washing, teeth brushing, dressing him, etc. Maybe our way of communicating was through other means rather than talking, and that took time to convey. Maybe he can't leave the house, so I went out and bought the champagne and food out of the fee, and took it to him. Maybe I fed the animals, made his breakfast, fed it to him, and did the dishes.

C told me of his differences by email, which he types in an unusual way, and his humour is so hilarious, he's such a cheerful chap. He has a far sharper intellect than many here. I was delighted to be chosen to be his first time.

When I got home, he had already written me an email saying that he had submitted an fr for me as he was so happy with our time together. I was so surprised because I know he really concentrates to get things down on 'paper'.

So I hope you're all happy now, knowing the details. :D

I'm sorry you felt the need to post that, although I'm glad you did. xx

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A recent FR reports on an 18 hour punt at £1,000 where apart from sleeping together the punter was helped with jobs around the house. At £55/hour that seems excessive for housework!

Some guys must be really lonely to pay that sort of money for company

when £3.00/a pint/an hour at the local would be just as worthwhile.

Please note - I have no quarrel with the lady in question who, by all reports provides a way above standard experience albeit at a high cost.

Interesting perspective. Does the price define the level of loneliness

If £0.92 per min = Really lonely,

where does £2 per min leave you :rolleyes::confused:

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Whilst field reports are in the public domain, it is not for you or anyone else to speculate as to the state of mind of the client concerned. :rolleyes:

I think you will find the reader can chose how they interpret an Fr and if they chose to speculate or even judge its their prerogative. Lets keep it real :D

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It's funny you should mention that because the word on the street has it that it involved worming the dog and 2 cats, ironing 4 pairs of socks, taking the parrot to the vet to have its claws clipped, washing a bath mat and moving a Grand Piano from the first floor to the second floor, all fairly standard stuff I think you'll agree, however I am unable to find out what the "lovely take away with champagne" was, Chinese? Indian? or what? and was it delivered? I think we need to know, well I do anyway.

Not so funny now are you ? ... :rolleyes:

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Not so funny now are you ? ... :rolleyes:

I think its still is! I am sure that Dolly and her client would find Sasfan's response funny also! :D

Blimey: Just because Dolly posted that the client was disabled and she helped him (and I am sure most of the decent Wgs would do also in similar circumstances) no need to go glum on previous humorous responses.

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Thanks for your support there, some people here are just... brilliant. xxx :D

I was alerted to the post by a significant poster/punter here, and I was absolutely shaking with utterly furious rage last night, I really was. I could barely type, I was so enraged! :rolleyes:

I didn't get any sleep because of how angry I was, the cogwheels just wouldn't stop, am even shaking now, revisiting the thread.

No quarrel with me... really? The post title said it all? ..The venomous mockery in your title and of C's fr for me, it screams that you do, with both C and I.

Why do I bother to reply to a serf here? Because I wanted the numerous readers to witness the level of ignorance. C and I had no reasons to be going into private details of our meeting. Till now...?

You need to take stock of yourself, and see and experience a bit of the world.

I think I wiped the floor with you here, (no 'housework' pun intended!) very well indeed.

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C is very self deprecating, pretty un-pc with it too, (for comedy, not from ignorance), and would find much fun in some of this, for sure...but some posts here ARE in ignorance? Not meant as fun. They have never met him, or know his ways, I have now, and I knew that I would anyway, from emails. I knew what to expect, and he has a joie de vivre that is lacking in many able bodied people. I liked him, loads.

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I had no idea such an organisation existed, but what a truly fantastic idea it is.

I would imagine that the ladies who have signed up make the lives of their disabled customers immeasurably better.

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Not so funny now are you ? ... :D

I agree with Xenia. It was and remains amusing (slightly self-deprecating, ironic and ripping the piss out of the OP simultaneously have to count for something) :rolleyes:)

What clearly isn't so funny (not that it ever was) in the context of Dollymopp's initial post above is the OP's comment that:

Some guys must be really lonely to pay that sort of money for company when £3.00/a pint/an hour at the local would be just as worthwhile.

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It seems to me there are two totally seperate issues;

1. Paying £55/hour for housework (actually nearer £88/hour after allowing for sleep time) and

2. Providing a much needed service for the disabled.

I bow to none in my interpretation of the FR and believe that the writer of the FR was mistaken in using his FR to describe additional duties provided during a punt. It was TMI (too much information) and did his other parts of his punt no service. It does not, in my view, matter a damn on the actual physical status of the punter.

DM clearly is over excited in confusing the above with her praiseworthy provision of a service to a disabled person. In that she has excelled.

But now I suggests she unwinds her twisted knickers so that many others can enjoy the fine service she provides, albeit, as I said earlier, except when she is touring, at too high a price.

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It seems to me there are two totally seperate issues;

1. Paying £55/hour for housework (actually nearer £88/hour after allowing for sleep time) and

2. Providing a much needed service for the disabled.

I bow to none in my interpretation of the FR and believe that the writer of the FR was mistaken in using his FR to describe additional duties provided during a punt. It was TMI (too much information) and did his other parts of his punt no service. It does not, in my view, matter a damn on the actual physical status of the punter.

DM clearly is over excited in confusing the above with her praiseworthy provision of a service to a disabled person. In that she has excelled.

But now I suggests she unwinds her twisted knickers so that many others can enjoy the fine service she provides, albeit, as I said earlier, except when she is touring, at too high a price.

I think you'll find that these were extra things that Dolly did as a favour after the time was up and she could have left.

Have you been sucking lemons?

In my opinion, you thought you saw a good chance to try out your new wooden spoon on an escort who charges more than you think she should (or whatever)...

Backfired a tad didn't it?

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It seems to me there are two totally seperate issues;

1. Paying £55/hour for housework (actually nearer £88/hour after allowing for sleep time) and

2. Providing a much needed service for the disabled.

I bow to none in my interpretation of the FR and believe that the writer of the FR was mistaken in using his FR to describe additional duties provided during a punt. It was TMI (too much information) and did his other parts of his punt no service. It does not, in my view, matter a damn on the actual physical status of the punter.

DM clearly is over excited in confusing the above with her praiseworthy provision of a service to a disabled person. In that she has excelled.

But now I suggests she unwinds her twisted knickers so that many others can enjoy the fine service she provides, albeit, as I said earlier, except when she is touring, at too high a price.

Sorry, Scorchin, but whatever an escort does during her time spent on a punt is actually up to her. And it makes me so angry to read your attempt to determine what is too expensive and what isn't. Please don't start another 'Escort charges too much' thread why don't you look at, read, understand, and consider the service DM actally provided for this gentleman.

Comments like 'she has her knickers in a twist' from an adult ? Really? And in your above post now are insulting both the client and DM in an attempt to cover up your mistake. Cheap low and immature.

I don't know what people find it so hard to say 'Sorry' when they make a mistake and deeply offend someone.

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It seems to me there are two totally seperate issues;

1. Paying £55/hour for housework (actually nearer £88/hour after allowing for sleep time) and

2. Providing a much needed service for the disabled.

I bow to none in my interpretation of the FR and believe that the writer of the FR was mistaken in using his FR to describe additional duties provided during a punt. It was TMI (too much information) and did his other parts of his punt no service. It does not, in my view, matter a damn on the actual physical status of the punter.

DM clearly is over excited in confusing the above with her praiseworthy provision of a service to a disabled person. In that she has excelled.

But now I suggests she unwinds her twisted knickers so that many others can enjoy the fine service she provides, albeit, as I said earlier, except when she is touring, at too high a price.

It is clear that Scorchin has emrged from the chrysalis phase and is now a fully-formed Jimmy Redcab with an additional silky film of self-righteous pomposity - it is a beautiful and very moving moment.

On the other hand, before she gets so irate, Dollymoppette should reflect that anyone submitting an FR is fair game. For understandable reasons, her client chose to reveal only half the story, but he did after all choose to submit an FR, and at least 50% of the motivation for anyone doing so is braggadoccio. If she is privy to extra knowledge that alters a reader's understanding of the content that is solely her business - other's will react only to the given information. The chorus of tut-tutters who have joined this thread so sanctimoniously should perhaps reflect on their own first reactions to the FR before they acquired the special status report. Anyone claiming it doesn't merit a quizically raised eyebrow is certainly lying.

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